European Care acquires seventh home

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

With the purchase of the 49 bed Fenland Lodge care home in the village of Stuntney near the cathedral city of Ely in Cambridgeshire, European Care has continued a period of expansion. The acquisition of the home was facilitated by specialist agents property Pinkertons. Originally opened in 1999, Fenland Lodge represents a significant acquisition by European Care. A single-storey, purpose-built building, all the rooms have an ensuite bathroom and WC. European Care chairman and chief executive Anoup Treon said Fenland Lodge, which regularly operated at 100 per cent occupancy, and with fees in excess of £400 per week, was a welcome addition to the group¹s portfolio. “Modern, quality units like Fenland Lodge are the homes of the future and we are naturally excited with this purchase,” Mr Treon said. “This is the seventh home we have acquired through Pinkertons and we continue to be delighted by the assistance they offer European Care.” Pinkertons managing director Alan Dopson said the relationship Pinkertons en

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